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Portland firm to expand Down East 4G coverage

Portland-based Wireless Partners LLC said it is planning to expand high-speed cellular and broadband service to underserved Down East areas.

FAA OKs Cumberland firm's use of drones

Cumberland-based firm Sevee & Maher Engineers said it was recently granted an exemption by federal regulators to use an unmanned aerial vehicle for commercial...

LePage: S. Portland no longer 'business friendly'

Gov. Paul LePage’s administration has stripped South Portland of its "business friendly" designation as a result of the city’s recently enacted ban on...

Boston real estate firm pays $35M for one of Portland's 'most significant' office properties

Dylan Martin |

A Boston-based real estate investment and management firm has purchased what brokers are calling one of Portland’s most significant high-quality office properties.

Maine Law’s new dean comes into a university system undergoing change

James McCarthy |

Danielle Conway isn't one to hide behind a desk. Upon greeting me when I arrived for a scheduled tape-recorded interview at her fifth-floor office at the University of Maine School of Law...

Falmouth business owner faces prostitution charge

The owner of a Falmouth acupressure therapy business has been charged with engaging in prostitution following an investigation that began seven months ago.

Kestrel merges with New Mexico company

Wisconsin-based Kestrel Aircraft has merged with an Albuquerque, N.M., aviation company, and it’s not expected to have an immediate impact on Kestrel’s operation in...

Berwick telecom firm partners with NASCAR

APXnet, a Berwick telecom company, has designed a new gigabit fiber-optic network for more than two dozen racetracks for NASCAR as part of a five-year deal.

Freeport to consider plastic bag ban

The Freeport Town Council is expected to make a decision on Tuesday whether or not to move forward with a proposal to ban plastic bags.

$66M sale of Portland commercial buildings underlines high demand for office space

Dylan Martin |

Demand for high-quality office space is high in Portland, and that couldn't be more clear with the recently announced $66 million sale of One and Two Portland Square — a transaction that is...

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